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Chapter 6: Teaching Skills and Tools in Family Life Education
In previous chapters, we’ve spoken of the nuts and bolts of family life education (FLE) program creation, including creating a problem statement and goal, reviewing leading-edge scholarly content and extracting the teachable ideas learners most need to know, creating change objectives, and evaluating whether your efforts have made a difference. We have also discussed principles for effective instruction and the importance of creating a context of caring in FLE.
With an overall goal, content selected, learning objectives established, and an overall instructional design and procedure of engagement set, we are ready to select delivery methods or learning activities. Thus, in this chapter, we turn our attention to the teaching skills ...